[PVE-User] Asus P8B-M compatibility with Proxmox 2.x

Muhammad Yousuf Khan sirtcp at gmail.com
Mon Mar 25 11:20:27 CET 2013

we are also not expecting too much traffic from outside as we are
designing it for only 15 to 20 customers means same number of virtual
machines and i think 3.5GHz Xeon processor will be enough for handling

On Mon, Mar 25, 2013 at 3:14 PM, Ola Karlsson <olka at bagheera.se> wrote:
> My development environment runs on a Supermicro X9SCM-F-O with the Intel C204 chipset and a 1230v2 CPU.
> I haven't had a single problem since installation 8 months ago.
> It is however in a home environment so the load on the VMs are very low.
> BR Ola
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> i wanted to implement a micro data center specially for demo only to our customers in US office and i have selected "Asus P8B-M (Intel C204 mATX)" this mother board is there anyone working with this model as i am  a bit confuse i had a Intel board with i7 processor and it gave me the kernal panic messages it runs for a day or two and then hand after kernal messages but unfortunately i haven't got enough time to see and rectify the issue as i didn't get enough time.
> Now my company asking me to implement micro/tiny data center  as it will cost less and we need about 5 to 6 server.
> i found this motherboard Asus P8B-M with Intel E3-1225 v2 Processor, do you think it is fine to go with, because i live in a different country and working and rectifying issues with less kernel troubleshooting experience and additionally support from remote country means lot of pain. would you please guide me ....
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